Tame pasture

Related to Tame pasture: Tame grass

Tame pasture

A pasture, comprised, not of native, but of Tame grass.
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Too many conclusions in regards to the handling of tame pasture of the humid regions have been drawn from experience gained in bunch grass regions of the dry range country-Carrier, 1924
1999) on irrigated tame pasture in British Columbia found the apparent recovery of mineral nitrogen from manure was 18% to 30% greater with drag-shoe (e.
As a result, this research evaluated comparative ammonia losses associated with liquid hog manure application to four semiarid forage lands, including tame pasture and native rangeland vegetation, in southeast Alberta, Canada.
The tame pasture sites examined included: 1) a mesic meadow bromegrass (Bromus biebersteinii Roem and Schult)-alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.
0001) association with incremental rates of liquid hog manure on both native range and tame pasture (Figure 2).
4]-N (Figure 2), with overall ammonia loss on tame pasture 3.
Losses of ammonia were consistently lower on native range relative to tame pasture (Figure 2).
There was, however, a significant method by forage type effect, with greater reductions in ammonia loss from using coulter injection on tame pasture rather than native rangeland.
In addition, estimated aminonia losses were greater on tame pasture than native rangeland, with the greatest effect evident at application rates at or above 80 kg [ha.
Sites Native rangeland Tame pasture Constituent Xeric Mesic Xeric Mesic Mixed Fescue Crested Meadow Prairie: Grassland: Wheat: Brome: Dark Brown Black Dark Brown Dark Brown Chernozem Chernozem Chernozem Chernozem (n=5) (n=5) (n=5) (n=5) 1 N[H.
3]) losses were assessed using static sorber traps on semiarid tame pastures and native rangelands following the application of liquid hog manure using either surface banding or coulter injection at varying rates.
If you have good quality tame pastures (with adequate rainfall or irrigation) you can get maximum beef production per acre by using rotational grazing, timing the grazing of each small pasture segment when the plants are most ready, then letting them regrow while you graze another part.